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BACK IN THE “aughts” I was a leftist — a sincere, back-to-the-land, anti-capitalist, anti-globalist leftist. My main concerns at that time were globalization and peak oil. I was a “peaknik” and a “doomblogger” desperate to extricate myself from the economic Titanic. Sometime after 9/11 a sizable…
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Poetry

by Broadhat We need:
The new authority.
Renew authority.

High trust
Self disciplined
Loyal to the Folk

Kings above,
Folk below,
Same blood, same soul, 
same destiny.

They compromised their loyalty,
They compromised their blood.

Neither fish nor fowl;
nor folk or fully foe.
Pity them, if pity have you…
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Essays

selected by Blake Hood HE CONFESSED TO Else in June 1923 that he felt that he did not fit into this world. She, too, was becoming disheartened. She had written at the end of April that it was awful “the ways these bleak, grim times, unremittingly weigh us down, making you so disconsolate, so miserable.”…
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Essays

by Blake Hood Let us not abandon the life line of all movements simply because the pursuit of money is the joy of Judah. Sometimes war is action other than guns or swords…Dirty hands and a pure heart are not mutually exclusive. Victory goes to the cunning first, then to the brave. — David Lane YOUNG…
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Essays

by Blake Hood “Woman lives more in being, man more in consciousness. To woman belongs the present, to man the future or the past. Masculine logic corresponds to woman’s feeling for measure. Man strives, but woman lives. Man is the centrifugal force, but woman is weightier. Woman is short-sighted…
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Essays

I almost titled this “Simpson: The American Nietzsche” but I feel that Simpson is actually far superior to the German philosopher. by Blake Hood I care about life. What I care about most is that I may find it, and that finding it I may arouse in other men to a sense of life which is in them also. I care that…
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by Kerry Bolton CARL GUSTAV JUNG (1875-1961), in founding Analytical Psychology did so as a break and a contradistinction from the psychological school of his mentor Sigmund Freud. The Jungian and the Freudian stand as the contrasts between the Germanic and the Jewish world-views in the realm of psychology.…
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